A nation that has been in shock from coronavirus has been once again confronted with police violence inflicted on black men. Protests continue to ripple across the country, reminiscent of 1968. The two, protests and disease, are not as dissimilar as you might think.
These charts show that very few states have a downward trend in daily case numbers (per capita, logarithmic). States should have 14 days of downward trending case numbers before allowing more freedom for people to gather.
This week, the US passed 100,000 reported deaths from COVID-19 in three different data sets. Newspapers commemorated the milestone. President Trump said he would defund WHO.